This study, which appeared as Chapter 13 in Volume 2 of the Cambridge Medieval History (New York, 1913), was written by the historian and Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks. Chapter 13 ["The Successors of Heraclius to 717"] describes the period from 641-717. Topics include: Death of Heraclius; Constans Emperor; Constans in Italy; Constantine IV Emperor; Saracen attacks on Constantinople; The Monothelete Controversy--Pope Honorius; Arrest and deposition of Pope Martin; Sixth General Council; Justinian II Emperor; Trullan Council; Leontius Emperor; Tiberius (Apsimar) Emperor; Justinian restored; Philippicus Emperor; Anastasius II Emperor; Theodosius Emperor; Accession of Leo the Isaurian.
Includes Title Page, Table of Contents, Chapter 13 (pp. 391-417), Bibliography for Chapter 13 (p. 766-769), and Chronological Table in 40 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google, article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.